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Link Between Bad Oral Health and Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia that attacks the brain. It causes problems with memory, diminishes mental and cognitive abilities and behavior with enough significance to effect the daily functioning. The symptoms increase progressively with aging over several years, with people generally living eight years after the onset and longer if they are in good health. Here…

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Pregnancy Dental Care 101

Good oral health is important for everyone, but it’s even more critical to take care of your teeth and gums when you’re expecting a baby. Hormonal changes during pregnancy can affect your dental health, especially when you’re battling with morning sickness and food cravings. Here are some common dental problems you may face while pregnant: Pregnancy Gingivitis – Increased levels…

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How to Handle Dental Emergencies

  Dental emergencies can happen at any time. But, if you handle the situation immediately trauma to the mouth and teeth can be significantly reduced. The infographic provided below shows you how to deal with commonly occurring dental emergencies: Special Tip – Keep a dental emergency kit on stand-by at all times. A dental aid kit must include a handkerchief,…

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